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Nkana MP hospitalised over Christmas gift

Nkana Member of Parliament Alexander Chiteme has sustained head injuries after he fell off a Hover board. Initially, the MP had bought the toy for his son as a Christmas gift, but hurt him self as he tried to ride on it. The PF facebook page however states that Mr. Chiteme is recovering and wishes […]

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The VintageAirRally arrived safely in Zambia, as planned, on December 3, 2016, on route from Songwe, Tanzania.  The Puma Energy Zambia Aviation team did their first refuel of Aviation Gasoil in Kasama. The VintageAirRally teams were on Sunday, December, welcomed at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport in Lusaka before they put on the first air show […]

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Meet Lombe Chiti: A Ndola-based upcoming gospel artist and journalist

By Mastone Moonze Some artists would think it’s impossible to combine studies and music, but it’s a different story to Copperbelt-based upcoming gospel songbird Lombe Shekaina Chiti . A very determined young lady pursuing a Diploma in Journalism and Public Relations at the Zambia Institute of Mass Communication (ZAMCOM). She is currently working on her debut […]

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Zambian song bird Marsha Moyo is dead

The death of Marsha broke out on Sunday. She died on Saturday in Lusaka after being admitted to hospital for low blood pressure and low haemoglobin,  sources close to the family have said.   Dr Stephen Moyo the father to the late singer confirmed her death disclosing that Marsha was rushed to Forest Park hospital […]

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Zambia’s first musical feature film to be unvieled at industry expo

Post-production work is nearing completion on the first African musical film to be produced in Zambia. The film is set to be unveiled at the Discop Africa (www.discopafrica.com), the television and online content industry gathering in Johannesburg next week (November 2-4, 2016), where leading broadcast specialists will be meeting to find out about the latest […]

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Lusaka’s biggest film festival back for 5th edition

The Lusaka International Film & Music Festival (LIFMF) 2016, an annual festival that celebrates the best of local and international film-making is back for the 5th edition that is bigger and better. The 8-day event will be held from the 28th of October to the 4th November with a total of 23 international and local […]

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Zambia’s Afro-pop sensation Mumba Yachi will this weekend collaborate with Zimbabwean singer and mbira player Hope Masike at Afro Luso. Afro Luso is a cultural exchange event hosted by Modzi Arts where music meets various forms of art. From the sweetest acoustic folk to thought-provoking theatre, from blazing hip-hop to stirring films, the monthly Afro […]

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R&G Oktoberfest delivers ultimate summer music experience

Thousands of revellers flocked to Chisamba this weekend (October 7-9) for the nation’s largest music festival, sponsored by the Zambian Breweries Castle Lite lager brand.Some 8,000 party-goers travelled to Chisamba for the fiesta of music, food and fun at Fringilla Farm in Chisamba, with this year’s international acts including house music specialists Mi Casa, Jason […]

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The UB40 band jets in, promises a great show

Members of the legendary UK Reggae band UB40 have arrived in Lusaka for their highly anticipated weekend shows at the Lusaka Polo Club. The band which is headlining the 2016 The Stanbic Music Festival has since promised to put up a great performance for its Zambian fans. The three original band members that have arrived […]

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Flying Fish festival thrills partygoers

Lusaka’s Showgrounds area came to a near-standstill on Saturday (September 24) when thousands of music-loving merry-makers showed up at one of the area’s biggest ever social gatherings. The Flying Fish beach festival was held at Portico, where some 4,200 party-goers leapt at the chance to join in the  various activities, ranging from zorb balls to […]

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